dignitas

Latin, meaning: merit, worth, prestige, dignity.
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Dignitas

(Latin) dignity, pride, a highly important Roman virtue.
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Dignitas

[assisted dying organisation] Dignitas is a Swiss group, helping those with terminal illness and severe physical and mental illnesses to die, assisted by qualified doctors and nurses. They have helped over 1000 people die in suicide clinics in Zurich. Additionally, they provide assisted suicide for people provided that they are of sound jud...
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Dignitas

[Roman concept] Dignitas is a Latin word referring to a unique, intangible, and culturally subjective social concept in the ancient Roman mindset. The word does not have a direct translation in English. Some interpretations include `dignity`, which is a derivation from `dignitas`, and `prestige` or `charisma`. With respect to ancient Rome, ...
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Dignitas

[assisted dying organization] ...
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dignitas

merit, worth, prestige, dignity.
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